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2010A combined muscle model and wavelet approach to interpreting the surface EMG signals from maximal dynamic knee extensionsForrester, Stephanie E.; Pain, Matthew T.G.
2011Comparing different approaches for determining joint torque parameters from isovelocity dynamometer measurementsForrester, Stephanie E.; Yeadon, Maurice R.; King, Mark A.; Pain, Matthew T.G.
2001High resolution determination of body segment inertial parameters and their variation due to soft tissue motionPain, Matthew T.G.; Challis, John H.
2010Influence of crank length and crank-axle height on standing arm-crank (grinding) powerNeville, Vernon; Pain, Matthew T.G.; Kantor, Jonathan; Folland, Jonathan P.
2008The influence of simulation model complexity on the estimation of internal loading in gymnastics landingsMills, Chris; Pain, Matthew T.G.; Yeadon, Maurice R.
2006The influence of soft tissue movement on ground reaction forces, joint torques and joint reaction forces in drop landingsPain, Matthew T.G.; Challis, John H.
2008In vivo determination of the effect of shoulder pads on tackling forces in rugbyPain, Matthew T.G.; Tsui, Felix; Cove, Stephen
2009Limitations of functionally determined joint centres for analysis of athletic human movement: a case study of the upper limbRoosen, Andy; Pain, Matthew T.G.; Begon, Mickael
2011A methodology to investigate the relationship between lower-limb dynamics and shoe stiffness using custom-built footwearToon, Daniel; Vinet, Andrea M.; Pain, Matthew T.G.; Caine, Michael P.
2006Modelling a viscoelastic gymnastics landing mat during impactMills, Chris; Pain, Matthew T.G.; Yeadon, Maurice R.
2010Modifying landing mat material properties may decrease peak contact forces but increase forefoot forces in gymnastics landingsMills, Chris; Yeadon, Maurice R.; Pain, Matthew T.G.
2010The need for muscle co-contraction prior to a landingYeadon, Maurice R.; King, Mark A.; Forrester, Stephanie E.; Caldwell, G.E.; Pain, Matthew T.G.
2010Neuromuscular function in healthy occlusionForrester, Stephanie E.; Allen, Samuel J.; Presswod, Ronald G.; Toy, Andrew C.; Pain, Matthew T.G.
2010Neuromuscular performance of explosive power athletes versus untrained individualsTillin, Neale A.; Jimenez-Reyes, Pedro; Pain, Matthew T.G.; Folland, Jonathan P.
2011Occlusal measurement method can affect SEMG activity during occlusionForrester, Stephanie E.; Presswood, R.G.; Toy, Andrew C.; Pain, Matthew T.G.
2009Predicting maximum eccentric strength from surface EMG measurementsPain, Matthew T.G.; Forrester, Stephanie E.
2009Reducing ground reaction forces in gymnastics’ landings may increase internal loadingMills, Chris; Pain, Matthew T.G.; Yeadon, Maurice R.
2008Relative age effect in Spanish association football: its extent and implications for wasted potentialPerez Jimenez, Idafe; Pain, Matthew T.G.
2001The role of the heel pad and shank soft tissue during impacts: a further resolution of a paradoxPain, Matthew T.G.; Challis, John H.
2002Soft tissue motion during impacts: their potential contributions to energy dissipationPain, Matthew T.G.; Challis, John H.
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